Members

ANDREA NAVRATIL (vocal, gardon, bells): besides Kobzos Ensemble she is a member of Igriczek Band (early music and Hungarian folk music), Fonó Band (Hungarian folk music) and she takes part in works of Eszterlánc Band (Hungarian folk music) as well as she is a solo-singer of  Duna Art Group and Honvéd Ensemble. Before, she was the singer of Zurgó Band (Hungarian [moldavian ‘csango’] folk music), Tátika Singers managed by Klára Bodza, Kontyvirág Singers and Vándor Vokál Singers.  Besides these she often appears on different anthologies called ‘Living Hungarian Village Music’ (‘Új élő népzene’) or ‘Hungarian Dance-House Festival’ (‘Táncháztalálkozó’), and she frequently participates in projects of different noted performers, such as András Berecz, Sándor Csoóri Jr., Ferenc Kiss and Etnofon Group, Szilvia Bognár, Géza Fábri and Trio Save as, Fono Band, Balázs Unger, Djamel Laorussi, Tippelklimper. She is the winner and awarded of several folk music competitions and she was awarded the 'Young Master of Folk Art' Award as a lead singer, and she was awarded 'For National Defense Medal' as a solo-singer of Honvéd Ensemble. With Tátika Singers she was awarded the 'Young Master of Folk Art' Award as well and with Zurgó Band she was awarded the following awards: ‘Bezeredj Award’ of The Ministry of Cultural Heritage, ‘Béla Bartók Prize’ and ‘For the Hungarian Arts Award’.

LÁSZLÓ DEMETER (vocal, koboz, bells): besides Kobzos Ensemble he takes part in works of Igriczek Band (early music and Hungarian folk music). Before, he was a member of Zurgó Band (Hungarian [Moldavian ‘Csango’] folk music), Sub Rosa Early music Band (instrumental early music) and Fanfara Complexa  Band (brass band playing Hungarian [Moldavian 'Csango'] dance music). Besides these he often appears on different anthologies called ‘Living Hungarian Village Music’ (‘Új élő népzene’) or ‘Hungarian Dance-House Festival’ (‘Táncháztalálkozó’), and he frequently participates in projects of different noted performers, such as András Berecz, Géza Fábri and Trio Save as, Mária Petrás, Tatros Band, Balázs Unger, Duna Art Group and Göncöl Band. With Zurgó Band he was awarded the following awards: ‘Bezeredj Award’ of The Ministry of Cultural Heritage, ‘Béla Bartók Prize’ and ‘For the Hungarian Arts Award’.

JÓZSEF SZEDLÁK (vocal, koboz, fiddle, viola, mediaevel bagpipe): besides Kobzos Ensemble he is a member of Igriczek  Band (early music and Hungarian folk music). He often participates in projects of different noted Hungarian and foreign performers, such as Zurgó Band, Mokányos Band, Tippelklimper and Corvus Corax. In 1995 he won the Young Master of Folk Art Award.

 

Our frequent guests:

Botond Bese (Hungarian bagpipe)
Dániel Bolya (wooden whistles)
Tamás Gombai (fiddle)
Csaba Gyulai (gadulka, percussions)
Béla Kása (drum, gardon)
Márton Komáromi (fiddle)
András Koncz (vocal)
Bercel Nagy (wooden whistles)
László Nyíri (fiddle)
Rita Sebestény (drum, gardon)
Csaba Sófalvi Kiss (wooden whistles)

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Last update: 2018.12.17